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THE CENT HE REPORTER.
Centre Hall, Pa. Th'red. Jan. 10, '7B.
jC-Tisms —t'2jie- veer. vAew powf in
•rfr ones. waew not po.W n adranee.
Advertisements Wets per tint, for three
sertiotu. and ftrrnisper line for errrv .'*
sequent tnaerfion. Adcet-<seWl by the
'■tar at a liberal diseount.
Subserilerscutiide the county should re
mit us 10 ets, amount af one year post"
age. instead ofVktt a* former, y vhen ya to
hv themselres. .
Subscribers con always I'll hosr '* r,r
cevnta stand at the Reporter ofhee by eon
suiting the labies on their payers ('
lable reads -John Roe 1 jan .5 >'
that John i, indebted for subscription f om
the Ist of .Jenunry, 1875. and tn <i- •
time he yeas paying the printer.
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Men.Uy svnln on or bofero ob fa" a 101 " 1
Odd Follows Ball. a-imi-KO W M
O. K, H vans cava. Seet. J A ru"""• "
Pnoonv.si.assoK.Ko. W P.f H. Z\\
lUll.Centre Hsll on the Klrd on "I , I eonsrd
Beeehcr 1 in Hellcf.nte
nisht of *22. We understand be is paid
SSSO for bis talk.
The Republican's now dress is all
well enough, only it has mere horse than
love in its he-id,
An old Baltimore negro who had
emigrated to Liberia years ago. ordered a
ouanitr of Ilr. Bull's Cough Syrup a short
time ago. *Uting that although c. ughs
and colds were not in Africa, he
would not like to be without it in his fanii-
—The Mason-OddsFellows festiva .
last week, took in some SB6O.
B. F- Philips, of Fenn. move* to
Maryland before spring, where he has
purchased a homestead.
Farm of Rev. Fisher, dec'd, in
Gregg twp., is advertised in Reporter.
$1,750 volt THE LOSS or a Hi ~~
Ann Pcchert has recovered SLpO from
the city of Reading for the death of her
husband, who walked intntba canal a', an
unprotected place and w as drowned
Had about tan inches snow, Friday,
4. which brought out the merry, merry
Virginia had an earthquake on New
The storm we had here af.er end of
last week, caused a great many wrecks
and loss of live* on the sea.
The Russians had thsir Christmas
day en last Sabbath, 6th. It is tha only
Christian country which adheres to the
Julian or Old Style computation of
Tha Pope is getting bsttar. and is
said to bare only had a cold after all. Vi e
had that also about the same time, and
the only fuss we heard on that account
was soma sneezing. See whala difference
it make* as to who has a cold.
List ot letters remaining in Post
Office Centre Hall, Jan. sth IS7S* C. H.
Spinning, 1, William S. Banner Jerry
Grove 1, Kate Reninger 1.
J. A. KKISMA.V P. M.
Weather cleaY S, 9 and 10, but cold.
thermometer 3 to 4 below* xero. Sleighing
Housekeepers will bear in mind
that m uch is to be gained by purchasing
their groceries at a No. 1 establishment.
This they will always find Sechler A Co s
grocery to be They deceive no one, and
give you the best in market always. They
keep every thing belonging to tbeirjloe
and seil a trifle above cost always for cash.
They take all kinds of produce.
There is no better remedy for a
cough or affections of the throat and
lungs, asthma, croup, and the earlier
stages of consumotion than F P. Groan's
Compound Syrup of Tar. Honey, and
Blood-root. Ask at your stores for it, or
•send to Green's at Bellefonte. Jt is a truly
Mr. Charles W. Stebbins, as will be
ween by notice in another column, will
lecture upon Kai.su, at several place* in
tbe valley. Hi* object being to give good,
reliable information in regard to thatstate.
Go and hear him, all who contemplate
going to Kansas cr desire to learn about
William Ream, of Clearfield county
gets credit for having shot over a thou
sand deer. Remarkable shooting, that.
Hon. S. T. Shugert, of Bellefonte,
has wedded Miss Jehaston, daughter of
Ovd T. Johnaton, dee'd, of Harrisburg.
We do not know whom it would afford us
greater pleasure to congratulate, than our
esteemed friend Shugert, in his new hy
nienial relation. May the happy couple
reap nothing but domestic sunshine to the
end oflife, is the wish of the Reporter.
Four hundred overcoats were sold
this winter by New man, at the Eagle
Clothing Hall. This, we venture to tay it
more than any other three stores sold. As
these overcoats were sold at an average of
at least $3 per coat less than others sell
tbem for, the people of the county have a
laving of SI2OO in this one article alone
through Newman's lew prices, saying
nothing about the saving on other gar
ments. He will now sell his remaining
stock at still lea# prices to work off winter
goods. Go at once and secure a bargwin.
A >*iw r IRMOX or ax* OLD STORT.—
Ben Franklin gave the people of his day
a recipe for obtaining health, wealth, and
wisoom. The present generation is not
supposed to be in want of wisdom, and
would prefer btppiness combined with
health end wealth. The modern way to
obtain all these u told in he advertise
ment of Barrick, Roller A Co, heeded
"Health and Happincei" in tbi* paper.
We cordially recommend our readers to
the careful consideration of their advice.
Wm. T. Mayes sale, Logan's Gap.
I" — We tare giver. Maynard's History
and Industrie! of Centre county, a hurried
examination, and at a fiance are satisfied
as to its merits. It leaves no locality of
the county untouched, and coTcrs its his
tory from the earliest period down to 1877,
with as much thoroughness as possible
Many valuable facts and incidents are
given in the werk, besides a mass of im
portant data that will always be useful.
As the number of copies Is limited, those
who purchase the book now will have
whatdouble its price will fail to purchase
it for in the future.
SAW MILL BCRKID,—Tbe large steam
saw mill of W A. Simpson & Co., at Lock
Haven, known as "the upper mill," wss
destroyed by fire last "Wednesday morn
ing. The fire broke out over the engine
room within three quarters of an hour af
ter the handa had gone to work. One-half
the mill was owned by W. A. Simpson,
one-fourth by Moore, Simpson & Co., and
the remaining one-fourth by Furstl Hop
son. Mr Simpson had no insurance;
Moore, Simpaon & Co. had $2,000, and
Furst & Hopson had $1,200 insurance.
The property was valued at about $15,000,
although several year* ago it would have
brought a much higher price. Fifty hands
are thrown out of employment.
The silverware delivered by the Nation*
•1 Silver-Plating Co.. 704 Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, is giving entire satisfaction.
AU orders are promptly filled, and no one
need hesitate about sending them money.
—Lutheran Observer. eow4t
THE FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE
Insurance Company of Centre if? 01 ! I *'
Pa -Centre Hall. Dec. 21. 1877. The An
nual meeting of the Members and election
of twelve Directors to manage the affairs ul
the Company for the ensuing year, wnl be
held at the bouse of John kpangler, at
Centre Hall, on Monday, January 14, IBiB
between the hour* of 10a. m. and S p. m.,
of said day. Members generally are re
quested to attend GEO. BUCHANAN,
D. F. Luse, Sec'y, P foß '•
The nicest, best, freshest, as well as
cheapest cheese, just received at Sechlers.
Try it—you never tailed any better, and
sold so low. Dried fruits of all kinds—all
kinds of canned fruit, better and cheaper
than can be done up by you, to be had at
the lame place.
The Mifflinburg Telegraph says Mr
Wm Ruht, aged about IP years, ton of
Henry Ruhl of Buffalo tw| , nartowly es
raped being killed by a brace of highway
men on Thursday evening of last week.
He had been in Lewisburg and lelt for
home. In his buggy, at about 7 o'clock, p.
m., of aaid day, and when in the vicinity
of the public chool house. near the Great
Western Hotel, two men on foot demand'
ed him to belt or they would shoot hint
He refused to do so, whereupon they fired
at him, one of the balls passing through
his bat Using entirely unarmed, he play
ed the whip on his horse and escaped.
Who the would-be murderers are he has
not the slightest idea. Topic who have
occasion l<> travel after night, should
hereafter be prepared to give villeins ot
this character a warm reception.
Charier. W- Stehbina, an old resident of
Atchison, Kansas, w ill deliver alee lec
ture on that slate, and western emigration,
giving geod, honeat advice as to who
should go. and who should not go. at
Spring Mills lUU .January l'Jth, 7 p in.
Mitlheim Town Hall 11th 7 p. ro,
Woodward School House " lOlli 7 p m
DmrstiTows, Y*\ vxo>l\< Pa.
l>eo. SI. 1b77.
Mu. FRIO K V ivTt Gear Sir
I wiil give you a little sketch of Pctup*
spy low n, which i Kviitrii about half way
be'tween Franklin, Venango county and
TituavlHo, Craw font count v, ami about 7
mile* wo*l of Oil City lhc situation >
very pleasant from tbo fait thai it i* built
on High ground, from which a person can
have good view of the surrounding coun
try, It embraces a population of about
two hundred inhabitant*, and artord*three
variety store*, two blacksmith shops, live
shoemaker shops, one waron shop, one
hotel, which is a grand building,.just new
1 came to this town April t\ ISM, follow
ed the tailoring business ever since, until
last spring I quit handling the goose ;
while! followed the business 1 always had
pleotr of work, 1 think 1 am safe to say
that this is as g>wnl a place for a tailor to
start business a* there is in the stale of
Pennsylvania. The surrounding country
is thick!v settled 1 hope some good
tailor will see and heed this and come to
IVmpseytown and start business. There
are oil wells north, south, eat and welt of
us. and the? are drilling within or.e mile
of town, and we look for a big eicitewent
soon. Respectfully Yours,
G. K- \V.
CKD*RVILLI 111., I>C. 2Slh, IS".—
Weather mild ; roads very muddy ; busi
no >5 tlmoit at* t*nd ilill; farmers can
not market their grain and perk; money
scarce ;ome farmers are ploughing, gra>s
grows like in May also fruit bud* swell
ing, which is a pretty sure indication that
we will have no fruit neat season. \N .M.
SPRICITOWX Dec. 24th, IST?.
MR. KlßTZ:— Sprucetown is but a
village, situated about 1 mile east of Cen- |
tre Hill. It contains about 60 inhabitants.
The site is beautiful and affords every
thing necessary to promote health and
comfort. The people follow various occu
pations. Among those are two wagon
makers, one shoemaker and one black
smith, all are operating with no opposition
whatever. We have no tradition as to
the origer. ot the term "Sprucetown. Bat
suppose it originated in the following
manner : A great many years ago there
resided in this town a tamous German
hunter who was noted for hu daring and
perilous adventures, sometimes making
very narrow escapes. He lived in a cabin
built in a very lonely district. His subsis
tance was priccipaly gamo which was easi
ly obtained. Often while out on hunting
expeditions he was pursued by the savage
Indian and compelled t flee for hi* life
One night as he was meditating over the
pursuitesoftbe Jay.'he became the recipient
of a guest, an English hunter woo had
wandered in the wilds and became bewil
dered and in this way encountered this
cabin. The visitor was welcome to pas
tho night in the cabin with this German,
who could hardiy speak English While
indulging in conversation on various sub
jects, a tierce cry startled their ears, and
at once began an investigation of the
place from whence the cry came, to their j
surprise they saw a largv panther iu the
top of a large Spruce. Tbey both dis
charged their rifles but with no result;
whatever. The enraged animal began at
once to descend, then the Dutchman re
marked in broken Knglivh "luke ho cunie
the Spruce town." The animal was cap
tured with great difficulty. This odd ex
pression of the German became a by word
and in this way the place received iu
T)*in(\ Tbe hippicil nmn in town i*
David Sweet wood, the shoemaker, fccsays
he can make boots in winter as well as
summer, that is providing tbey* are not
large enough to crowd him out. Philip
Kemp a successful fanner says he gener
ally plows when the furrow will fill with
water behind him. MILTOX.
REBERSBURG A VICINITY.
On last Sabbath we wore 10 degree* be
The festival in the Lutheran church on
New Year's night was a grand sucn **
The occasion was to give the young a
treat of tfaegood things of this earth. Tru
ly the master has said "Feed my Lambs
The Reformed are making ample pre
parations for the rites of the dedication of
their new church on next Sabbath, Jan.
13, There is a tremendous crowd expect
Oliver Gramlcy, from Cedarvllle, Illi
nois, has returned to pav his numerous
friends a visit after an absence of nearly
12y-ar*. He is as of yore, congenial and
full of fun. We wish him a happy stay
and a mile of sausages.
On last Sabbath evening the Evangeli
cal cbjirch was crowded even unto over
flowing, to hear B<shop Djbhs, of the Ev.
Church, preach. Hi* text was, "Examine
yourselves whether ye be in tbe faith ;
prove yourselves.'' 2Cor. 13.5 He deliv
ered one of the few good sermons which
w* Uebersburgcrs are blessed with. May
he soon come again.
Mr*. Cornelius Stover gave birth to
twins, a bey and girl, a few day* ngc.
Very lucky Cornelius; we heartily con
gratulate you. . lis* MOB.
Seven Men Killed.
Detroit, Micb., Jan. 2, 1878.
At about ten o'clock this morning two
tons of nitro glyceeine exploded while be
ing loaded into a car on tbo railroad track
near the iron mines, half a mile from Ne
gaunee, Lake Superior.
Seven toen wcro killed.
A locomotive and car were destroyed
and much damage done to the railroad
track and to fences and dwellings in Ne
The Dames of the killed arc as follows:
S. A. Wheeler, Walter Wheeler. Ira
Huckley, William Meyer, Charles Milton,
Jeremiah Foley, William Spillman.
The force of the explosion was mainly
downward. The cause ol the explosion is
unknown as yet.
The locomotivo was lifted into the air
and thrown fifty feet, where it landed a
confused heap of wood and iron. Of the
killed, S. A. Wheeler and his son ; Wal
ter and Ira Hencklt-y were employed at
the nitro-glycerino works, Henckley be
ing superintendent. These three were
blown to atoms, no piece of flesh larger
than two pounds in weight being discov
The other four were railroad employ
ees and were in the cab of the engine when
the explosion came. Their blackened and
mangled remains were there, the flesh
stripped from their faces and their limbs
and bones broken.
Isbpeming, three miles away, plainly
felt the shock. The damago in Negauneo
was probably $2,600, and some persons
there are reported seriously injured by the
TEN BULLETS DELIBERATELY,
FIRED INTO A YOUNG WO
Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 2.—Thiajpity i
excited to-night by a first class i|urde
vernation, thn flr*t since the brut* Odirput
to death throe women, jut two year* ago
yesterday. The murderer of to*day i *
TUUNI IMN MIMMI Chu> U. and
tha elolini n> Mary Kelly. -A your* >'f
For *on>e week* p.vt they had baan at
out*, HTI! ho had !>■' track of her in the
' oily, although she had recently boon writ
| ing him letter*. offering to make up the
.juarral. Ho waa unable to And hr where
about* until ho had sent a decoy loltor,
' uing tho name of Mary Huff, a Wand of
hor*. who live* in Columbus, asking to
' moot hor yesterday in Mood street Iho
woman was at tho place at tho luno named
and M.Gill *w hor, and by uin* an at*
complice, succeed*d in following hor to a
houo on Broadway, where ho mot hor.
To day I o purrhaiod a revolver for si.
M and wont into tho yard hack of Ike
si.t to praatieo with hi* weapon. Ha
tired three shots, hitting once a blacking
hoi lid. I-oadlng the aaven chambers of
the revolver, ho went to her house and to
her room. Alter talking with b. r lor
nearly an hour, they at down logelfcer,
and he drew her head upon hi* shoulder
with fenned affection. Putting hi* left
arm around her body, he drew hla revol
ver and ahot her under the lif lit ear She
exclaimed. "Charlie, forgive inc. and send
for the prieat !" But he continued to
shoot until her face ws literally peppered
with bullet hole*. The seven bullet* hav
ing been fired, he then sal upon a chair
and reloaded hn weapon. Finding that
•ha dill bre Uhed. he lifted up her lait artu
and fired two bullet* into her heart, and
put a final one iu the forehead.between the
eye*, making ten in all.
Sa til fled that be vu dead, he threw tha
revolver upon tha bed and weut down
stairs, and meeting two uisn in the street
took them up stairs and said, "See what I
have done ' ' He asked that a policeman |
be tent for, a* ha wanted to give himsel'
up. H< wa aeconiniodatad in a tew win-
A FRIGHTED 1- CHIN USE MASSA
Londou, January s.—Official in forma
-11 -n ha> been received in St. Petersburg
that the Chinese have ma-sacred lo.IXJU
men, women and children at the Kashga
rian town of Maras, committing most
DEATH ON THE DEEP
Ninety three Lives Loat on the t'hij>
Panama, December 27.—'The steamship
Atacninn, of tho Pacific steamship naviga
tion company, from Valparaiso to Callao,
struck on a rock called Quistrs Olas, on
the Chilian Coast on the 30th of Novem
ber The veasel was broken into piece*
and wont down i few uiiuulgi. N'"*ty
three lives were loit, including lliv -s#*i
tain and all the crew. The mai.s and the
Cargo were also lost.
Panama, December 27.—There is a re
port ot a erious accident at Manilios, one
of the .oulhern guano deposits It staled
that a scaffolding fell, killing forty work- .
men and injuring many more
Grceder A Co.'* malt house, Hnrrisburg
burred. Loss, $70,000.
The Vulcan Iron 5\ orks, Cairo, Illinois
f urned. Los, SIS,WW. j
1) KOIfiTKB'3 KOflCt-TW follow-1
\ ing aceounu ham been examined
and passed by me and remain died pf re
cord in this office for the inspection
hairs, legatees, creditors, and all others in
any wav interested and will be presented
to the Orphan * Court "f Centre county, on
Wednesday, the 30th day of January, A
D l#7f for confirmation and allowance •
I. The account of D. M Wagner,|
guardian of Claris** A. Jlamer, late Clar
issa A. Thotnpssfl, minor child nfW illiam
A Thompson, lata ot iU+I7P county. dc- j
2 The account of Sarah 11. Cbrisam**,'
executrix of etc., of Adam Crissman, ate
of.Snowshoe township, deceased.
3. The account of Win. P. Wilson,
guardian of the minor cbildsrn of Emetine
Sheets, formerly Lucas, lateof Uniontwp.
4. The first and final account of Joseph
Bitner, guardian of John Dasbew sod
Mary I. Dshem, children of Jacob Dash
5. Tbe account of Jonathan Musser,
guardian ofCarrie A. Kepler, deceased, a
minor child of Jacob Kepler, laU of Fer.
guson township, deceased.
it. Tbe account of W O. Beatty. admin
istrator of Ac., of John Bcatly, late of
Marion township, dee'd.
7. The second account of J. P Gephart,
trustee appointed to sell the real estate of
Daniel and Mary Hastings, late of said
county, deceased. i
8. The final account of J. P. Gephart,
Uustee appointed by the Orphans' Court
to make sale of tho real estate of Jacob 8.
Awl late of said county, deceased
'.I The first partial account of John and
Nathan M'Closky. ejecufors of Joseph
McCloskey. late of Curtin township, dee d
as filed by John McClosky.
10. The final account of Joseph G. Car
son, adm'utrator ef Ac , of George Carlin,
late of Pottei township, dec d.
11. The account of J. H. Brown, guar
dian of Nora C child of John
Green, lateof Snowshoe twp.. deceased.
12. The account of J - H. Brown, guar
dian of M aggio B. Green, minor chili of
John Green, late of Snowshoe twp , dee'd
13. The second and final account of Ed
ward F. Lloyd and Austin J Montgome
ry, trustees of estate of Hardman Philips,
14 The final account of J. G. Meyer,
f;uardian of the minor children of Magda
ene Meyer, deceased.
15. The account of John Q Packer, ad-'
ministrator of Ac., of O P Porringer, late!
of Curtin township, deceased.
16. The first and partial account of Geo.
H. Harkins and John Harkins. adminis
trators of Ac . of Wiiliem Harkins. late of
Potter township, deceased, as filed by John
Harkins. one of th administrators.
17 The account of Rebecca Jodon and
Lewis E igar Jodon, executors of Ac., of
Francis Jo jon, late of Spring township,
deceased. WM. K- BURCHFIELD.
Good Store Stand
FOR SALE OH RENT.
The undersigned, wishing te go west,
offer their dry goods and drug-store for
tale or rent. Possession given at any
time. Tne goods are new, consisting of
dry goods, notions, groceries and drugs.
The building it also new and located in
the best business portion of Centre Hail.
•jOdicif MILLER A SON.
W here loGoiind llow to to
2.000.000 acres of land for sale cliesp in
the garden of tho West. F<>r circulars,
map* of Kansas, full information sato beat
Railroad* to travel on. Tickets, Freight
Rates, etc., apply or write to
Agent Atchimon, Topeka A Santa Fe RR.
20dcc3m Bellefonte, Pa.
The undersigned offers for salo his farm j
in Potter township, Cautro county, onej
mile cast of Centre Hall, known as
Robert Pennington farm,
Containing J4G ACRES,
in good stale of cultivation, no hills but
gntly rolling, most all limestone land,I
about 125 Acres cleared, balance wood
land near the buildings. Upon the farm
are a large BANK BAKN,
Frame House, Nearly New,
of modern style, Hog nen. Smoke house
etc , Two Apple Orchards on tha farm,
water piped into the house-yard and into
barn yard. The farm is well fenced, and
one mile from blacksmith shops stores,
churches- The terms will be made,easy.
Bounded on east by lands of late Sara'l
Huston, south by lands of late Wm. Kel
ler west by Keller and Bible, 4nd north
by Bible and Huston Also ninoty-sil
1 acres of mountain land.
Address or apply to
i ROBERT A. MEANS,
12doc3m MifHin county, Pa
c.c. ' MM
In Bank Building, Centre Hall.
"Would respectfully announa to the citi
xons of this vicinity that he has taken
rooms in above building whera ha is pre
pared to do all kinds or work belonging
to his lino, for men and beys, and accord
ing to latest styles. Goods sold by sam
pie. Having had nine years experience
be guarantees ell work to render perfect
satisfaction, and lolioiti a hare of the
publio patronage- 6docy
; I N. Thomas, banker, of l>et Molnai,
>' hn impend d Liibllilin art.
> $ 18.0(10
\ The liabilities of Keener X Co., <>( Cm*
f cumuli, w;ll amount to about S3O,
iThfjr |.ropoe i. |<uv or thirty
.cants on the dollar
i The failure ol Samuel ttliti A Co.,
wholesale groeeru of Chicago, n announc
!aJ. Thalr liabilities are v*rlm!y listed
>i siai,ooo t< s.'iio,u.
1 Tba creditors of Jacob llennnger, a
• Cincinnati pork packer, filed a petition to
force him Into b mkruptcy. Ilia liabililiaa
are estimated at sU*> l > 0 ' ll **>• •" oU *
1 The llollinget'ordSeruigi Uank. Salmon
Fulir. N. II , hat boon .ciupellpl to hut
Tha rfvonuo (or> u in Nor h 'iJ HtfUlh
Carolina anil tiaorg m la to bo put on ,a
l'btUdelphia. Januarv ' Flour .41101
.urerßnst .lira*. Penwa lamil* t. V.
tt,7- 111 nn b\. b :tl<a.A ai., patent ami hig!t
Krude* I. iaHVJ. Wheat .lull etaadjr; am
l.ar I 43(41 it' - . Panne roll I uO .yldt; whit.
\ 461 a I 6t> Com <iulet ami fl.iner; veil ■*
Ml.chh-; mud tU'.lit >4e for .pot: tail W|'4
1. Januarf frftlWb'Jc, February 6U<*oW,
March MMMUc. <>al >H "• Panne wblt.
vToiStk." wt#rii Jo, li7('v3-; woalarii
aitd J63tic. Hya dull at HHjc
Butter dull; creamery, SlfoJ3c; Hr'|'ord
county uul N* \v rk "*• ."'h p'
western raerre Fag* 'lull, I
weitern I harte •toady.
Naw York fancy I Hta IJ ♦<-; • ••trn choic.
l.'liJ. I.V Petroleum lower. llaflned IJI
cruJa 101 c.
Chicago, Juiiui.rv A Wl rut in fun la
maud but lower. No 1 Chicago spring
1 OV. No ? Jo . 1 IW for ch an. l
January; I Ut fog Jubmarr; IWI for
March. Rejected *■' Oau *'> •
ahaJa lower Vljc for carl tor I . bru
ary Mya ataady and In fair demand at
ilurlav steady and firm at ode.
Philadelphia, January 7.—The ou'th
markal active. Ooodlll, common 4f(4c.
Sheep mirk at *. tl*e Good to prima M
(261; medium 60* Mc. common 4(6.
lloga- MurWat la'r; good uf., commou to
medium 61 >y tile.
>' At the Lutheran pronge. in Milroy,
December 26. by Rut. .1 U. Shannon
. (Horace E Zerbe. of W iliiaW#tM>rt. and
Miti Clara Amelia Otiiao. of Ceutre
! At tha paraonage of Rev R. Young
i Logan.vtlle. Dec. 23. 177. Mr Andy
(Jramiev to Hue Call#*a Zeigler. both o!
'! On tbe tame day and by (be tame, Mr
Philip Care* of
| Mary J. Smith o! Dooiiavtii*
'! On Dec 25. 1877. at Centre Hall, l'a J
Mr- VYillard Milter, of Logauavill*. u.
Mi* Klua J. Albr gbt, of Peun Hall,
On Jan. 3, 1878. by Kar. W H. Stover,
at Hock Hill, Mr. Jame* W Howaii of
Bellelonte. Centre Co . Pa., to M o Sarah
Coble of llou*er*ilie Centre Co. Pa.
Near Loganiville. on Sunday evening.'
Dee. 30, 1877, Mr*. Ella* Confer.
On 31 ult., in Effingham county, Illinois
of consumption Elizabeth, wife ol Henry
Spy ker, formerly of Aarooburg, aged 58
Qn )*t. in Lebenon, Michael Winner,
gad #1 year*. II mouth# and 14 >l/i
Dccaased w* a brother of Mr Hrpry
W inner, of tbi* place
On 1, suddenly, Sarah, wife of Christian
Mentch, ol Ilertley, ageJ C 4 year*. 7
month* and 25 day*
1 * T
The well-known farm late of Rev P. S I
FUher. dee'd, ailuale io Oregg townhip.
Centre county. 1 mile of Spring
Miilarr nation, and at preaani occupied
by Cha*. Horner, i* offered at prieatotale.
'and 4.y of the bett producing farmi in the
, vallay. It ba* ail .*.*#fry building#,
, and tha Darn I* eol rely new. I: i imm
'good fer.ee*. bat good, heavy timber land,
2 good Orchard*, and with Penn* Creek
; running through centre of tbe farm, and
An Excellent Mill Sent.
For further particular* apply to Maj. J.
U Pifberi Pann Hail, Pa or l<>
c. P w. KIHIIKK.
jan 3 8t B>-al*burg, pa,
Letter* testamentary on tbe etlate of
Jacob Sparr, late of Harri* lewnthip. de
ceased. having been granted to tha under
signed. all peraona indebted to said etiats
are required to make immediate payment,
and those baring claims against tha same
to prosenl them, duly authenticated by
law for settlement
DAVID E SPAKR.
Coal and Lumber.
J. D. LONG,
BPRINO MILLS, PA,
is now fully prepared to furnish nil
kind* of Coal and Lumber, upon hort
notice. Hie coal are kept under
roof, and are from the
WILKESBARRE COAL MINES
BEST COAL IN MARKET.
SII AMOK IN COAL
all of which are told at the very
Yard uear Depot. 20dec 3m
ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER
NEW BTOKK AT CRNTKE HALL!
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LAR-|
EST. CHEAPEST AND BEST AS
SORTMENTS OK NEW
EVER OFFERED IN CENTRAL
MANY OF TIIKM 23 TO 30 PERCENT
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE!
CONSISTING IN PART OF
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING.CARPETS. FLOOR OIL
CLOTHS, HATS, CAPS. UMBREL
LAS. BOOTS. SHOES. GAITERS,
WINDOW SHADES. WALL
i FISH, BACON,
1 TAKEN IN AND THE HIGHEST
' MARKET PKK'ES TAID
• IN CASH OK TRADE.
STORE IN THE
* OLD ROOM
i CONNECTED WITH 3PANGLERS
f y HOTEL. llddc
THOMAS A. HICKS & BRO.
Wo haao u vary Urjjo mid complete atock of Hardware, tho Urgitft that vraievai before oflered by any firm to thpe>pla of tliii eonnty, and'are|*cllinf at thejvery )>
o.t pouible rata*
Iron, Steel and Nails, Locks, (ilussaiid Putty.
I'II-O wi.il.. ]<oud> and Linteod oil. Turpentine. arid Vnrni.be*, all which wo warrant to give aatirtaclion Our Pura Load will oo a much turfaee at any in the market
ami cannot b ovcolled for whitenu*. KKAUV MI X K1 PA IX T nut up in any <|uanlity to auit people, from onii-pound cant to out gallon cana, all ready for UM. Tbr n
'paint. n warrant to lot miaad with pure td ninl oil, and am In t. from all adulteration.
MkC HA NIL'S TOOL# W pay *pcial attention to thie branch, and keep a full lin of Kaw. CbUelt. Hnmm r. and IWilev'e Iron Plane* t Ilor.ri nail* ufall kind* Tra
Chain., llama.. Etc FULL I.INE OK fiA!>iLKK VOK ALL DKSCKIPfIoNS COACH WOOD WOKK -Spoke*. Keilo. I'.t, „t Whe*i,Tf 1 hem<*t improvedpal"
uiiu ; Mr., p. tu liui r. vod Klal Iron., cheap, convenient and durablo polished and nick*lpleled. Johnaton Prepared Kaleomins ; put up in 6-pound packngei • oaailv
put on, and cheaper then |apcr. Wa have all color*. ■ *
STOyE S. " !
Wa hav th onl v Kuver.tbla. Tup-plate Cooking Store* in tha market. The Kejitone. HuMuebanna and Juniata, which we warrant to be tlm'be.t baker. */t rb. 1....
m.t love in the market. we will .ell at the very lowe.t price and g.va written guarantee*. A 1.0 all kind, of Kange. and other tl .ve. CO VK AN L)*SILI£ Oil It K t
COOK STOVE; ITI s THE HANDSOME? INTIIK WOKLB. OUlt kKYhTONK
VJdTICK it hrmky aiv.n l'at !''•
Ml |*vtl| pMMM li.ve tll.i
Iheir Milium. fur lu*i>s, in lh utile. u
ilie Clerk ol lhe Conrt ut i.rter S..loni
•il (ho |Vne in >"1 fur Centre countr mi<J
thai application will l> made at ilie ncsi
te.icti of a!d oourl l itranl tin atne
John G I'txlo TaVefli Snow Shoo Id |
Perry II Stiver Jo Penniwi
John AuJrvin Saloon Uellotouli
Vhrntn Hanin Whole.'!#
loal klii>n J r Tavarn Marion
Robert Taylor Tavarn Philiphura horo
' A W 11. 1.1 AM S. l'r.'lli'y
.Uuou< IVtllan OhariM A M.j.f, f.ld.ot l
III* tf I OUIUWU pl* m Ibo JdJlv-**l Oia
UlCl t jMillUf t Ik* CtNIBIIM tf( ru. llult ud
• Uatfa.4 |ij !U HvHtfTtbli Vr***' an. k Iha
•luttir*t4# JM Oitfur AO*U*uiol Jod^ca t
li la, of Jan Ah , DT> U *• r M
a roarl o( Uf*r *tid TefUituor and 4*} p'"
of; oud Uuoiloi titML/Utdf U}
Hi* ouul) * *!• * d%• > •
MotiJal of Jait bolu* lb* SfrtL ia| ofjau. l..
au<l I" > aulittua lo Wook#
Noli. •la Lfeorofuro brrb,gl*e lo Iho Cgroair, J
iiraa of Iho Poo*#. Aidatuaß au I wuhUbloa of Iho
.a.Jt.n.nl, of . oolre. thai Iho, bo lh#n oud ihoio lu
itioir itiopoi notonno, hi It o'cjixk In iho fwioivoou of
ai 1 Ja, o ifu Iboir irtortli, iu, 4 iioliiona oiainina
UoM, and i .oli own rmmhmn. Id do iuow> Ibtuf*
vltUh U> Uaii •ppvflaiui t b duno. ond 1 hooo
ah lift I'dund In l •tofullaMv ea lo brddoddtd afainoi
' • ' ilaohcr* thai oro oi thai I bo in livo Jail of 1 onlro
Mam, bdlbon Add tfaord !• prtddtwid njAlnol thorn
To'd.V ■> t.ad at B.lUfaal. *• I'
Jau u ibo oar of our Und IfH. and In ibo Id*
J'"' if | odo von dotted • Ibo UnNdd to£
d -d tf
Spriug Mill# Market.
While Wheal. J 30.
Red " 130.
Cora, eer#, j>er bu new, 40e
Oio.ar.uod, 4 25 l<> Si (Ai.
Chop, per ion, S.U UO.
P!ir.r, ground per lon. $ 10.CO
PolalwsM. 3tk per bub
Klour, per bbi. 9" ■
Eggs per dor , 20c.
Coal. Egg. per ton, $1 50
" Siove, 4M.
' Obeupui, 4 '#>
•' Pea. 4 00.
lliLLirum i M riaa-ia.—
■by Hhortlidga A On.
Klour per barrel, wholesale, ? 7 50
White ahi-af, 1 50.
K..1 "• 13u
Corn. /aalirJ. fcu
Hirley, rye weight, 55
Ctoverseod $4 per 64 pound#,
i Pcttloe* rrla.l, 30
1 Nv* Sc.>'.lß platter, ground, 10 CO.
Cay u(a " SI4OO.
Duller, per ib , .22c.
I l* rd l
| DiCOP, #i4i. UN.
" thouider#, It*.
" 11am#. 14c.
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
liaitu tti u? prUiM u> lUU
(MfMUori Uicj rt within UM rwb of mrmj
fte ■ (to w ill UM
IVRIGHTS LIVFlit PILLS.
XM. ..t t1 ilUlUu. llkwd BU.#
dvr. 1t,,.. |t*uiM unlea* timed "Mm Wrt|hl.
PfeiUa." If roar tlrnaawi will a-: aa# lU* >o#l tt cu
for mm*KlU baiilcT. Ke.Ut a I* , ■ V ### •*
flii .A.liiiU Una 1* WW
IF rOUU'ASTTHK I'KRYBEST
or DOUBLE HEATERS. v
Tb*e etoTc* have TWO ROW S of
light#, shaking and dumping grate. ar- (
ranged to cltau out ihc clinker#. No
danger from gas, no part# to burn
[out, so a# to let ga into the upper
i room. We make THREE SIZES of
Single and TWO SIZES of Double
Heater* of theao justly popular
IFY 0l : WAST THE YER YBEBT
Double Oven Range; or tkt
Single Oven Range.
They are the best in the market, have
SIX BOILER HOLES, *haking and
dumping grate, A I'l'L 1 Til L llhA 7
TO ALL THE BOILERS AT
ONCE. The even it large dnd iquare.
(he. door* tin-lined. I <<t I'LATES
ARE HE A IT, unlike the light plate*
of city stort-s — COM RARE THEM.
We make a So. S and A o. 'J of both
; th etc ranges.
All these stoves are WARRANT
ED, and you can gel repairs from
j the Manufactory in one day.
For Sale by
J. A. REESMAN, CeutreHall.
J. B. FISHER, Pcnn Hall.)
SNOOK. SMITH & CO , Millbeiai.j
G. R. BPIOELMYER, Woodward,!
Manufactured by the
SLIEER, WALLS & SIIRISER
LEWISBURG, PA. )
We also manufacture tbe C-elebra-.
ted BUCKEYE REAPER & MOW
EH, KEYSTt)NK CD) VLB 111 L
LEU <'ORE'SUNIVE RSA L SUL
KY CULTIVATOR. New Madel,
Centre Draft. lIOKBE DUMPING
HAY RAKE. HOOSIEK ORALN
DRILL. BUCKEYE LEVER
CORN SHELLER, Plows, Laud
Rollers, etc. 29uov
Lincoln makes but
ter twel andhard, and quicker lo churn
Try it—for sale at Wm stoio
BEICX FOB SALE Kirnt cless brick
will bo kept on hand for sale by J. O.
Deininger at Zerbe'a Centre 11 a) I
bricu vards. Those brick are
offered ao low that it will pay persona at a
distance to come hero for them.
Intending lo continue in the manufac*
tureof bricic they will bo kept constantly
on hand, and fair inducement* offered to
purchaaera. _ „
17 BQ( tf. H. E. ZERBZ
VALENTINES & CO.,
HUMES' NEW BLOCK, BELLEFONTE, PA.
ARK NOW PREPARED
For The Fall And Winter Trade.
Bargians Greater Than Ever!
WOOLLEN GOODS. COTTON GOODS.
Ladies and Gents* Furnishing Goods,
Of ever* deecription. DRESS GOODS, in great variety. LADIES
COATS, 6neat and largest aaaortment ever brought lo Bellefonle.
IN FACTEVERYTHING AND ANYTHING.
Remember we'do buaineoon the ONE PRICE PLAN, and therefore in*
aura our price* aa the lowest.
tsr NEW GOODS OPENING EVERY DAY,
YAJJBKTIHSS & CO.
H. HERMAN, Manager.
40,000 Set Sold last two years.
The Dexter Spring mi * chihi of For meeting thisdemand by supply
necessity. Three or four generation* ing the CELEBRATED DEXTERj
had been jerked alraoat ta death or had:3PRIKG which it #o rapidly taper
their tpinee twiated into permanent ceeding the old styles the Dexter
curvature by the continout jerks of the Spring Co. have uo apology to offer
Eliptic Spring, or latterly had their hut rather feel that they owe the Driv.
necka broken by the eide throw of the ing Fraternity an apdogy for not
Concord. * hating produced it sooner.
For these reason, the people de-'SEXD FOR CIRCULAR OF SPRINGS]
uianded a Spring on which they could
~. , .. .1 DEXTER SPRING CO..
ride with eaae and which would at the
came time bo strong ami substantial. 3jan2ot Near Pittsburgh
' Chas. H. Held.
iik N a v aaocKjcanorr j. n l € , ock UHtclimwkcr A Jewele.
,!!rviv li V VKINV ro rfillheitn.Centre Co.. Pa.
/CENTRE COUNTS BANKING I AI of w.ub— n.i j**irr f si
I ; I.M ,s—, u at— tb* M.r—rlU. Mm Cat—dw|
( t at M itlikpn Hoover &Co ) I'l—k. pm Tided llh • eumplet* Indeiof tba m—lb
tuaie' XIIIIKen, liOOTer s v>w ; —d d., f the month .ad •—k • wWlch U
Ueceive I/ep '8lt?, n>al4 Hi p—f—t Ui—k—p—.
i Cl—k.. Wth—d Ja—tr rapalrad oo bk-t •
■ And Allow Interest, H*. —<t __
Discount Notes, rvR.S. G. GUTKLIUB,
Buv and Sell \j
Governme.it Securitha, Gold A ®. h. u
uplOGSlf Coupon*. to perform all operation. lath* dt*l pra-
| U U now full, prepnrvd to ntvaet (Htbibwhlj)
For NINETY DAYS FROM DATE j
Elegant Table Silverware /
Sr. ll%|\ r b. <•• M|>tia—• otihlk.flleeikierß*ltB. TtoSMkmal ll' m. i m i
M IMI ri i Cwaieet t>iat luwrs rai..J. . a iifK!*'*ri *f ""g t f IMP ajrgH
Alum I'VwM* rittrS Miser ligmnnn. and rt igravs on sach spoon tur d raits <4
W-lfi&£lI Initial. t*Mt*attMl- - u>g *• * r* war* a** •* *4 ll 14 f9t I
rvi rrßil IM !•• ( *dl taw ItH #dtv** a*d fle w.th ll .0 <"• | iff I * 71
■W terse silrhafgsa iarlvd .■ •.* • 4 sl'lt| ilta • \—k\vs atprea. fl||n
)fJI ihllf aha ae* The hywrn Will W went ht> e|rwaa -r ma. H • Um • •isra* *#•!. IbVM'/l ll
rJ IMI aw 4 3el.ewrw4 Is rwr Land* eiosn fnkar r*ei ' ••• *,*. ... are gar*tsd te h* IgkVjf * I, I I
* f 1 *** kewe wto'Uii awl iw the bvai BUltrwv I'.atwj sr M*ae. at iM iw *••# V%d ff I
lellss fim th < wew| any w l i#eUf _ _ _ wM I / 1 /
ll SsuJl/ Oturs <w Ruewa Kit*** Cw Ts< Chatnwt St PV. aAelphia P . % *i/ £
HSflr To arborn tt stay Conwra The ,-. M ml m J
M ?i (karaUss ait ef Wn telit), linl pwv4 wilhj'Sre nh-iei (the hard**t Kirfi i
ff fffEltl •htta awtal taeeio. awt a4* MM Sltrt ytet* -t ♦ Celt Siw*ta*4 * res a44 *4 •• fjETf' I i
KS-y* T Uf- y the sake I. thae wabtfiUsn the vnry b—l Blltes ri#is4 w.ew mawnfac a*:l 'j
R ; v Vj •• wIU hwuwr nwst tse nhteb -m esn a.n the Al)t nr < anpsn. sn4 J*
tslll asi hsnse ike Cmb hilt >li<i 4aee fun tM <at M IM* tne** _ ■#
V\ I (Rlgssi) 2fATXOXAL lILVIiIt fLAtSNO CO.. Mr
T\l ** Vf>4 Choetout y hiln*3*;pkin. HI
V\ l A^^^7x^vtMhf^ i^i
Vim Or rWpi sf hla < snpsn. tofeibet Wiu fi setta IS natar ati eka'tse u j
m tag eaprvaa w ea|t|i|u Re fccrwS.* agree U ewd Is anj ad \ \ \
H drwes a set ef ear | ra eta hteada-J deaht# eatra plat*4 k * U
ill SILVER 6POONS, k<A
II Bin Wt b W'"IU) Mn( MM. *U 'S.r,,. M, v< k |.rry|.t kj BjV
. Ik. 7# XBI ■ • 1.l Ut HfKK.*. ill be ...UICI.-4 •< 4tlauB ||. •! •> r 1 *
V n stkr ekarfa (L Iju
luf Oss4 far a I set* 4aa frew date sf sklajbapsr al>ev wakh •ktaesnpea la awl!
b\ u< >kl. |ki,..4! WATIOKAI.atI.VKa Tt ATIWO CO.,
"04 ciioktnul St., Fhllkdslpolk
0hoM it ke deairwd. any ssawf tka M'.oalat a Galca vti! Iw aanl U
Uc af the R!>>■* •• |M*n*ai.i the fo i. w iw okarg • R a s>l|4 al<*e|
I katraa. t>i4eaad handle ••* a*it4 i tare. et at*, i dw?.. ni- ael and .var
Pm i iaied #1: all for dwuhte si Set and stive* )4te4 a.l lUewa
g.04 art deairSKl, isilor the i tal eharf**a. wh- h will We TS cl lor t|*n*a*,
liTlll ll tar ki.lt ee au4 ¥.> U fw fark—t*4al §1 i -ihwa .'wlu| far |I.TO Wtk M\
11 | I ■ what would ra*t tea • h in -o ath-r •*. H ni.-rtl . r that liTijf
■bFI I I I <, * eh *'** c ' pf hniY "** w,, l UiCiifrnvtkl *l.l niijr tuitiia B
tjlm IMPORTANT NOTICE. S I
I I I I 111 '.'rl'oTl 4*bl*rWrC'"-..(Mi l 11. rri. ••fiSlkt i. - ' Uwl. AUIkV aBl M
Inn lilt u"*niiw : >i"**wk lUuwjbiuii ii ar
& Coal Yard.
H. KRE MURINE A SON. j
New Warehouse now ready for the'
reception of grain, and the
Highest Cash Price Paid
Higheat Caah Price Paid)
for all kind* of
Grain and Seed.
Grain and Seod. '
C O A L!
Cbeatuut, Small Stove, Lump. Pea,
and Lime burner! CWI alwara on
band at LOWEST PRICES. AUo
Ground Plaster Sf Salt.
Bring your *uj receive the beet
siurCwt price iu cash for them.
6 dec. 3 m
MILUiR & SON.
f.luccea*er to J. K. Miller & Son.)
J Dealer in Pure Drue* and Medicine*,
|Dyo iluOt, and l>ru(te *l * tumirie*.
PURE WINK AND LIQUORS
For medicinal purpote*.
The beet brand* of
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
I el way* in ctock.
Prescription* carefully Compounded.
MILLKK ft SON
Jas. Harris Co.
NO 5, BROCKERHOFF ROW.
P A IN T S,
JAS HARRIS 4 CO. *
• Bellefonte. j
Graham & Son are offering extra induce !
! menu to
We have the largrtt end cheapest flock of]
BOOTS AND SHOES
n Bcllcfonte and are determined to sell all
jfuch | rice a* will suit the pocket* of er-l
.•ry one. Now it ihc.tirne to buy your fallj
j nd winter flock You c*n get a go<Hl sol
id Leather Button Shoe for Ladies, from
$3.00 to 2.60
j Ladies' co*r>e show, $1 25j
Mrnt' coai>e booU. 260
] Children* school shoe*. 1 00]
Merit' wool lined cum boot*. S.OO
: " " " Buckle overshoe*, 1.60
Cong rest gaiters, I.OOi
* Alaska., I.CW
i *' all cum o\erhoet.
W omens' all gum overshoes, .40
Mioe* all cum overshoe*, .65
Mont' lumberman's (umi, solid heel extra
ij heavy, 136
'j Let it be distinctly understood that
these nre nil Rubber
I Goods. 20niaytf'
W. 11. CAMP'S
CENTRE HALL. PA.
1 manufacture ml) kind* of Furniture for
Chamber*. Dining Room*, Librmrie* nod
If you * Hiit Furniture of any kind, don't
buy until you see my slock.
In ail its branches. I keep in stock all
the latust and moat improved Coffins
and Caskets, and have every faciU
Ity f>r properly conducting
this branch of my business.
I have a patent Corpse
Preserver, in which
bodies can be
preserved for a considerable length oftime
Jullfl tf W.R.CAMP.
inTporTan to travelers.
HKLI.KKoN rK. I>A.
Has been recently thoroughly renovated
and repaired, and under tbo iuKUagemeni
of the New Proprietor, Mr. F. D. Mc-
COLLUM, formerly of Pittsburg, it first
class iu ail its appointments
Are offered to those iir attendance at court
and others remaining in town for a few
days at a time.
The largesUand most superbly Designed
Hotel in Central Pennsylvania.
All modem conveniences. Go try the
Bush bouse. J
Il9ap F. D. McCOLLTTM, Proprietor.
Dnuos! r fit
it.T..Hhiji M, hhV.Mtf porch k
'fUnrg store '• > '.Y*f,gfcenv *ri-et.
fokl*. neat Uf M' the herd**' • Ik
Hicks A Urn . hi*. .H*lcd mid i>Md , t
with all tbe rouet
j DRUGS 4 MEDICINES, j
* *C'IiKMICALB, PIBPUM*EY*~*f
j SOAPS. COMBS AMD BRUSH PS,
(TRUSSES, SUPPORTBB, BRACKS
L. FANCY AND TOILET ..4
j ARTICLES, 4c„ 4c.. 4c. j
Patent Medicines, Alcohol, pure Vi ii ea
and Liquor* for medical purp*rt niy.
Physician's prescription* carefUly con*
pounded and orders answered with care
and dispatch. Farmers end Physic nine
from the country will find our stock of
Medicines complete, warranted get ulne
and of the heat quality.
This Store will remain under the direo*
lion of the accomplished druggi*; ant
pharmacist heretofore connected with it,
Mr. ii. M Harrington, and we reepe< tftiN
I* eoiicit the custom of oar friend* and
the old patrons of the store.
Ittsptf S. T. BHUOXKT.
PERRY STOVE K, PROP'R.
Ttie Forks House, et Co burn station, !
new and commodious, and is kept is heat
manner. Bed and hoard second to nono
in the county. Stabling for 10 bonne,
A• a summer resort it will ho found all
that o-.uid be desired, right in the heart ©f
good fishing and bunting grounds, and
jMirreunded by the moat romantic reentry.
11 no* y
( KVTRi; II A1.1..PA. 9
Wiiuld most respectfully inform the cit
xea* of ibis vicinity, that bo has starts.] *
uew Boot and Shoe Shop, and would be
thankful for a share of the public patioa
age. Boots and Shoes made to order and
according to style, and warrants hi* work
to equal any made elsewhere. All kind*
of repairing done, and charges reasonable
Ifiia him a osU. . TiMJ>;i*
JOHN K POTTEfc, Attorney at
" Ut CilltHliM |r—Ui toaAa ami awlt
<rt kuui. HaiiW— W. ■■ffcn f
LOVERS WKJ * or uovunoi.h^
GIVEN AWAY, Timtiwte af Uk ra
.Xuu3*i1 l II2L£L KKL KNGRAVINti,
<W*lUllww6. t|MM .uKi Ufc„,
H**"" J. ITSEicwE
TAtarmrraahteaai. Haa Yark
[ Vital VaUNior * fHk wl>iu4
! tUMBBt 1 *** aiilT * 111 ia> e I imh ■!■ .nil mart
i Humphrey's Specific
i &*"•*•.V *e<lelatmtoa iuartm. dlaaaia U*
j "lnc. aum hiiq
. wapa ika drua .d retaaaaataa tfia him paa.
U ~*fr—P F~ paHdto It Itu.
ll ** Ctoa. •> topar atogta .
r *t- i> >y "< •!# mA • ml (
'gmf- Mjfwlwmiliii JtiC. UM.
H "r* u " ! Ctm*to.
1 uiUM> M. Jiaa Yurk. Mm— 3
(mfmf*m.Y* turf vaaUi m>m4 m toaaa Mm t.o*
W / / / • U. anrfa la thiaa ■ *!>* a* •.. ?
01 ( I SgfffeSi ATS&Zzt
ll uh nvMaMi that aa Kr
eaak la **ar am* wwi Taa aaa* <1
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Harness, Saddles, 4c.
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caa ha oil to* a to ii i infill aeaai. Tha aaa* ua<
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t ia u> tha bum. ar aalr par aaara Utoa Ya
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llt m b11 aa aUMra 1 all paruralan, Imilta* ac t
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lam laxKltaU.. aorfc aaad aapaar a44raa*at aaaa. l
oaate autaiaa to up tha taala.H Ba aaa aha aa
aaaa 'allate teaka rral par AI Arm "Tha ral' a
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Firct-cleu ecctMiiaodeUMi for feaaU
jilwA eublinf for home*. Suje* irmi
hud depart every day for ell point*.
C. T. Auhsdie. C. M. Buwaa
A LEX AN DEB A BOWER, At
£ 1 ™ ]£*•
AS*# bo rocwif*d tm aod riithrt Uko in
i-arwtMß % Imildiag. tmgmHU.
T L..PP ANGLER, Alto racy at Law
tf • Consultations in English and Gar
man. Office in Furst's new building.
PENNSVALLF Y BANKING CO.
CENTRE HALL. PA.
RECEIVE OEPUSII&. and allow later,
ett; Discount Note*; Buy and
Soil Govern men t Securities,
Gold and Coupons.
W u. \\ olf, W*. B. Mnrou,
"f* l- • Cashier
THE BEST OFFER !
w'Win sell during these hard times
$5 o o piANo/ro R $2 . 0
Aad aU otter >(>IM la Ite MOM ..Y., ..
< '"£*?• l"pnfc .U IteTVw tiu.
Oteeci to ite I—pi. ,i (trtotTMUtt. He tftau
Kcomiwou. ma tenuu yen _■ *.
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I ikSte-"a^Ute'Sir '"*•*•* P—a :
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO.,
, y No. 66 Broadway, H. T.
Talk ate Mteiaal Cam
) " r lurnSvia"ail , * , ||''V! 'par
tsyj&a ?=.•' Mtraas-rsc
1 MdKlifd edition, or sij* tor iteroSTtete.
: whirh cnatatM all tte ■■■■ Matter >te"Ulateltent
'■.ffJPSAtt?'!? l - jfttu state OTMUT qllX
ri'lii.i!iH xu co., is Cut so m w r I_•_
u. intei >mai
■For $1 we wiii send free by nail.
aar oaa ol tte foUowlae law
1 distinct va. m'thly rosso, winter low
* " Carnation Pinko "
Zonal Geraniums, w. t
& " Double •' **
' It J Leaved, "
3 " Heliotropes, *
8 " Abutilons, "
2 " Double Cornelias, "
1 * Azaleas, **
1 *' Lobster Csetao, M
5 ** Douvardiaa. "
3 " Stevias A Eupotoriums,
3 ' Fuchsias, w. t
4 " Double Violets, "
i " Pointetts. Scar Ist and
Whits, w. f.
4 ' Plumbago, **
Ferns, for Wardiau eas
4 " Palms,
5 " Mosses, "
' " Marantas,
3 " Hyacinth Bulbs.
10 assorted Tulips, Bulbs.
">0 •• Crocus,
- " Jacobean Lily, Bulks.
12 " Oxalis.
4 Lily of the Valley.
3 New Pear) Tuberose.
OR BY EXPRESS:
8 of any of the $1 collection for $2
u w "8
1 it 4
9 .. t g
12 it g
Or the whole collection of 288 Bulbs
tnd Plants sent by express on reoaipt
•f sls 00, to which either of ca * Books
Gardening for Profit, Practical Flori
culture, or Gardening to - Pleasure
value $1.50 each), will be edded
Descriptive Catalogue free.
PETER HENDERSON A CO.,
Seedsmen and Flori its,
35 Cortland Street, Ne or York.
Akept v. .